Austin Herb Society

September 4, 2018 - Annual Membership Luncheon

Our guest luncheon speaker will be Amanda Love
Nutrition, Lifestyle and Holistic Fertility

Amanda Love, The Barefoot Cook, seeks to help people heal their relationship with food through functional nutrition therapy coupled with real food cooking lessons. She focuses on integrating the nutritional wisdom of our ancestors through high-pleasure meals with high-quality ingredients designed to heal the body, mind and planet! Amanda will be speaking on Healthy Hormones with Ancestral Nutrition.


Please visit our herb garden, maintained by Austin Herb Society, at the Zilker Botanical Garden, 2220 Barton Springs Road, Austin Texas.

Zilker Botanical Garden -- located on 26 fenced acres in Austin, Texas has often been called "the jewel in the heart of Austin". Theme gardens such as rose, herb and Japanese garden are interconnected with streams, waterfalls and Koi-filled ponds. The Hartman Prehistoric Garden recreates local dinosaur habitat.

This garden is a unique collaboration between The City of Austin Parks & Recreation Department (PARD) and the Austin Area Garden Council (AAGC). The garden is open to the public most days year-round and is enjoyed by over 100,000 visitors each year, including thousands of school children from Austin and the surrounding communities.

If you would like to become a member complete the membership form.

Does your organization need a speaker about herbs?
If so, contact our Education and Outreach chair by emailing us at

For questions about the Austin Herb Society contact us at


Zilker Botanical Garden
2220 Barton Spgs Rd.
Austin, TX 78746

Mission Statement

Provide education and encourage the cultivation and use of herbs for their beneficial purposes: medicinal, culinary, aromatic, as well as landscaping. Provide charitable and volunteer support to our non-profit community and community projects.

The Austin Herb Society, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) member- supported, nonprofit operating under the umbrella of the Austin Area Garden Council.